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  seige of Lille_1792.jpg - Bombardment of Lille by the Austrians, 29 September to 5 October, 1792. Austrian armies crossed into France as early as April 1792 on a mission to defeat France and restore in full the monarchy of Louis XVI. After the Prussian invasion of August was stopped by the French army at the battle of Valmy on 20 September, the Austrians to the north laid siege to the French city of Lille, but Lille refused to capitulate, and the Austrian bombardment began on 29 September. After the retreat of the Prussians, the Austrians eventually retreated on 5 October, sparing Lille and the town’s citizens heroes on a par with the soldiers who defeated the Prussians at Valmy.  
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Bombardment of Lille by the Austrians, 29 September to 5 October, 1792. Austrian armies crossed into France as early as April 1792 on a mission to defeat France and restore in full the monarchy of Louis XVI. After the Prussian invasion of August was stopped by the French army at the battle of Valmy on 20 September, the Austrians to the north laid siege to the French city of Lille, but Lille refused to capitulate, and the Austrian bombardment began on 29 September. After the retreat of the Prussians, the Austrians eventually retreated on 5 October, sparing Lille and the town’s citizens heroes on a par with the soldiers who defeated the Prussians at Valmy. Download
Caption: Bombardment of Lille by the Austrians, 29 September to 5 October, 1792. Austrian armies crossed into France as early as April 1792 on a mission to defeat France and restore in full the monarchy of Louis XVI. After the Prussian invasion of August was stopped by the French army at the battle of Valmy on 20 September, the Austrians to the north laid siege to the French city of Lille, but Lille refused to capitulate, and the Austrian bombardment began on 29 September. After the retreat of the Prussians, the Austrians eventually retreated on 5 October, sparing Lille and the town’s citizens heroes on a par with the soldiers who defeated the Prussians at Valmy.
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